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The delectable girls of apparition anime Monogatari will somehow star in a café collaboration with the iconic Hello Kitty – a bizarre combination that at least substantially elevates both the moe levels of Monogatari’s lovely girls and the cat-like icon.

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  • Anonymous commented on December 8, 2014 02:28

    this... More

  • Anonymous commented on December 5, 2014 05:03

    Empty text files. They give you a thumb drive with a file called empty.txt in it. Duh.... More


Hello Kitty to Isshou Mikan Tachibana Figure

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Sanrio looks to be indirectly going after the creepy male demographic with another gratuitously moe figure, in this case of the obscure Mikan Tachibana, evidently a fan of the franchise herself, wearing lots of Hello Kitty goods for her release date in December 2012, courtesy of Kaitendo.

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  • yuriphoria commented on October 5, 2012 21:17

    I could figure it out.... More

  • jellayrei commented on October 3, 2012 01:52

    Not really my thing, she's pretty darn cute though I must say.... More


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Puella Magi Madoka Magica fans have been left in no doubt as to the fact Madoka and company have made it big – Sanrio have granted them their own line of Hello Kitty merchandise (in this case featuring My Melody), an honour even K-ON! has been denied and Bakemonogatari could probably never even hope for…

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  • lyrasexplushie commented on June 2, 2012 08:52

    This is aimed at the Otaku/Furry/Seasoned Sanrio Collectors. the My Melody franchise is not JUST for kids you know.... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 23, 2012 17:02

    He'll just switch bodies and eat himself.... More


Iroha Nekomura Frilly Costume Figure

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The previously featured Iroha Nekomura receives another feline salutation figure by Milestone, switching her Vocaloid apparel for frillier attire and due to be released in March 2012.

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  • Anonymous commented on October 1, 2011 09:46

    All those delicious frills. I love how he makes his character smile so freely. Everyone in Clothroad smile so freely.... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 30, 2011 11:11

    Very cute! But it's the goofiest dress I've ever seen.... More


Hello Kitty Iroha Nekomura Vocaloid Figure

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Designed by popular artist Okama, Iroha Nekomura is a relatively obscure Hello Kitty “To Issho” spin-off Vocaloid, now due her own figure edition courtesy of Griffon Enterprises, due in November 2011.

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  • Anonymous commented on November 2, 2012 04:34

    *fuck this shit, not duck this shot, stupid word auto-replacenent on iPhone malfunctioned.... More

  • Anonymous commented on November 2, 2012 04:33

    Bad thing is, voice doesn't suit this design completely, and vice-versa. They both are astonishing stand-alone, but not together. Loli with almost opera voice (compare her and Prima, the real opera Vocaloid)? Duck this shot.... More


Top 10 Character Goods It’s OK for a Guy to Have

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Japanese asked what popular girly character goods they think it permissible for a male to possess reveal a surprising degree of tolerance – for non-otaku goods at least…

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  • Gr8Sk8r commented on March 21, 2011 03:43

    My Emily the Strange messenger bag gets me quite a few stares.... More

  • PrinceHeir commented on March 19, 2011 17:09

    fucking agree why should people bother what men wear? i mean i find it stupid to keep pushing the stereotype that all men have to be masculine, act tough, and curses all the time. wear what... More


Hello Kitty Goes Bad: Visual-Kei Kitty

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Sanrio and X Japan have announced that they would be collaborating for the X Japan’s World Tour Live concerts, bringing their renowned Hello Kitty brand into a new world of eccentric hairstyles.

The new look Hello Kitty, or now known as “Visual-kei Hello Kitty” was created by owner Sanrio specifically for this tour.

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  • Hikabusha13 commented on January 26, 2010 13:57

    "This is the first time that a Sanrio created character has had a collaboration with a real life band" That's false, Sanrio had a collaboration with their famous character "Hello Kitty" and the rock band Balzac... More

  • Hiro commented on March 14, 2009 16:24

    hey, why don't they come to latin america???... More


Dutch Harem

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Quite the harem. I couldn’t help but notice that the more human looking wives have cushions and mattresses, whilst the horrific ones have to make do with bare bars.

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  • Anonymous commented on April 3, 2014 19:36

    WOULD AIRCONBANG... More

  • Anonymous commented on March 8, 2010 20:33

    atleast they have aircon... More


Hello Kitty Robo

Hello Kitty - Robot Kingdom – Tsukumo’s Akiba Robot Hobby Store

This demonic robo is sure to terrify adults and children alike, and certainly makes me glad that the predominant robot aesthetic is of giant armoured killing machines and sultry temptroids, at least outside of companies trying to market hospital bots in place of Filipino nurses. And the price? A mere ¥450,000 (about $1,000,000 if current trends continue). Better to content yourself with a robot that can’t talk, but does perform reasonably well at oppressing animals.

  • Anonymous commented on June 19, 2010 21:13

    ¥450,000 equals 5000$ Where was 1 million taken from? Probably zero count error. And goddamn - Hello Kitty is cute. Wherever is robo or stuffed.... More

  • Anonymous commented on November 15, 2009 13:12

    That's quite odd as of 11/14/2009 the Yen to Dollar conversion equates ¥450,000 to $5,018.40 so 1 mil is a bit optimistic.... More


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